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Goats and Grads

Goats and Grads

On October 21st Pathology PhD students had the pleasure of spending time with the goats of Elodie Farms in Rougemont, NC. The goat farm is owned by a Duke alumna, Sandra Vergara, the animal husbandry manager, and her husband, the entrepreneur. This trip, organized by the Pathology PhD Program Social…

Network for Success

Network for Success

On October 3rd and October 10th Pathology graduate students engaged in networking workshops led by David McDonald, Associate Director of Graduate Career Services, and organized by Meg Atchison, our DGSA. The first workshop operated as a brainstorming session on what type of careers intrigue us and what type of professionals…

Etiquette is Served

Etiquette is Served

So, what do I know about proper dining etiquette? Let’s see… 1.      Always slurp your soup – aim for the sound of an aspirator in a tissue culture hood. 2.      Use your entire napkin and do a windshield wiper-like motion across your mouth to clean it; this is considered proper.…

Open Hearth Life

Open Hearth Life

Foodie Fellowship! Wood fired Za is life!  Saturday night, we gathered for more than a dozen different specialty pizzas baked fast and fresh at the home of second year PhD student Suzanne Bartholf-DeWitt and her husband Greg. He had recently built a wood burning pizza oven in the back yard…